RAeS events deliver expert content, insight and networking across the breadth of technical, engineering and business subjects affecting aerospace professionals.
Our annual calendar of around 20 events of lectures, technical visits, competitions and field trips are designed to support your professional development and industry knowledge.
Boeing is back, Chris Tasche, Twin Aisle Model Leader, Product Marketing, and this time we are going to hear about the latest innovations on the all composite 787.
Register at the link below and HK Branch Members who register will receive their CPD.
Date is 21 March 2018, 6pm, Auditorium, Cathay City
Dear RAeS YMB members,
We are pleased to announce that we will hold our annual RAeS/Boeing 'Design, Build & Fly' competition on 24 March at the Cathay Dragon House, HK International Airport.
This will be the 6th year that we have run this very successful event, and the success of this year event will depend on your support and participation.
The format will follow previous years, with the teams of four designing, building and flight of a model plane. In addition to this we will also hold the aviation quiz during the lunch period.
The event will be open to all RAeS YMB members and students members of the participating faculties.
The rundown of the day will be:
Aero Challenge 2018
Saturday 24th March
Cathay Dragon House, Multi Purpose Hall.
9.30am - 4.30pm
Lunch will be provided.
Registration will commence at 9.30am followed by a short presentation on the principles of flight and run through the days agenda and rules of the competition. Lunch will be from 12.30-1.30 which will include the quiz. We will continue with the airplane build and test flight followed by the 'Fly off'; and prize giving at 4 pm.
If you are interested to participate in this exciting event, could I kindly request that you submit the names of your four team members to Thomas Yeung no later than Friday 16th March by clicking the button below.
We hope that you will support this event and have an enjoyable and fun day!
The Branch has been very fortunate to secure Tim Anstey, Boeing Chief Architect of Cabin and Network Systems, to speak to us about ‘Connectivity’ on the B777X. Not only is this an exciting aircraft to be discussing but we believe the subject is also a very important aspect of modern aviation and one that is set to become even more so in the future.
We all live in a connected world and expect to be connected at all times and on-board passenger connectivity is already a major product differentiator between airlines. At the same time, the ability to connect to aircraft with ground through new technologies is revolutionising many processes in flight operations, maintenance, and engineering. As such we expect this topic to appeal to industry professionals and enthusiasts alike.
Our speaker, Tim Anstey, leads a cross-functional team responsible for product strategy and integration of airplane information systems. He is a 22-year veteran of Boeing, and has spent the past decade designing and integrating system software and applications for the Electronic Flight Bag (EFB) and Onboard Network System across the Boeing fleet. Within industry, he was the technical focal for development of the Air Transport Association Electronic Logbook Interoperability specification and a representative on the ARINC EFB Sub-committee. In addition to his industry activities, Tim serves as Boeing’s representative to EASA for EFB regulatory activities. Mr. Anstey is a graduate of the University of Washington, Seattle with a Bachelor and Master’s degree in Civil Engineering. Before joining Boeing, his responsibilities included software design and development of consumer and business products for various companies within the Puget Sound region and in Washington State.
Venue : Auditorium, Cathay Pacific City, HK International Airport
Date and time : 7 February 2018, 5:30pm
Branch members will receive their CPD certificates.